With the help of Google Streetview, Canadians can walk in the shoes of soldiers who fought in the First World War, through trenches, tunnels and right up the steps of the Vimy Ridge Memorial in France.
An intrepid pigeon has been stealing poppies from the Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, and making a nest out of the flowers in the alcove of a stained glass window.
For Reine Samson Dawe, promoting education for women and girls in Afghanistan is an important part of her healing process, but also her way of continuing the mission started by Canadian soldiers, including her son Matthew Dawe.
Queen Elizabeth II joined Britons in remembering their war dead, as the country's political leaders paused campaigning for the Dec. 12 election to take part in a sombre Remembrance Sunday service in London.
Thousands of Canadians braved sub-zero temperatures in the nation's capital on Monday to honour and remember all those -- no matter their background -- who offered up their lives to defend Canada, its values and its principles.